Tartiflette Savoyarde With Wholesome Ireland

Tartiflette Savoyarde With Wholesome Ireland

If you follow my friend Caitriona Redmond, you will know that she rears her own pigs has recently sent to the slaughterhouse.  This means her freezer is packed full...

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Homemade Spice Bag Is Easier To Make Than You Think

Homemade Spice Bag Is Easier To Make Than You Think

If you’ve never heard of the humble spice bag, then let me tell you about it. It’s a dish you find in chinese take aways in Ireland. It consists...

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How To Mess With Classic Fried Potatoes With This Surprising Ingredient

How To Mess With Classic Fried Potatoes With This Surprising Ingredient

Who doesn’t like fried potatoes? I’m going to take a wild guess and boldly say that no one can.  Fried potatoes are comforting, crispy outside and soft and warm...

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Warm Potato And Green Beans Salad

Warm Potato And Green Beans Salad

It’s that time of the year again, long bright days, mild days, sometimes warm days, but the nights are cold. Or at least a bit chilly. I don’t want...

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Spiced Potatoes And Spinach

Spiced Potatoes And Spinach

A tasty side dish for a roast dinner maybe. Or served as a vegan main with a couple of sliced ripe tomatos. Ingredients;  500 g of potatoes; 1 bag...

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The Weekly Soup – Creamy Spuds

The Weekly Soup – Creamy Spuds

I caught a glimpse of a potato soup recipe in a book recently and thought it was a joke. Potato soup. How oirish can you get? I’ve been living...

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Aligot

Aligot

This is utterly indulgent and perfect for all the left over cheese you might have after Christmas and new years. It’s a fondue in a mash. So basically it’s...

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Simply delicious potato salad

Simply delicious potato salad

My potato crop is a bit poor this year but there is nothing I like better than to use freshly dug spuds in salad. Ingredients: potatoes (the waxy kind...

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